#FairPayUChicago Targets College's $183K Pay Gap Between FT & PT Faculty

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On Oct 6, 2015, Dr. Wanda Evans-Brewer testified in front of the Chicago Education Commission:  “I am a Ph.D on welfare…there is something wrong with that!” said Dr. Evans-Brewer (pictured left, speaking) at the hearing. Tens days later, on Oct. 16, 2015 staff, graduate students and adjunct faculty rallied for a living wage at the University of Chicago. Tweets by organizers and supporters called out the University for “being run as a corporation.” Andrew Yale of @FacForwardChi spoke to several dozen staff, students and faculty who attended the Oct. 16 rally, and said that, “making poverty wages is ‘atrocious.'” Yale told the group assembled […]
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